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Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 (events found - 7)

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exhibition preview 5-9pm; artist in conversation 6-7pm
Mark Lewis: Canada. Making its world premiere at the AGO is a series of three new films by contemporary artist Mark Lewis exploring the idea of Canada. Curated by Adelina Vlas. Organized by the AGO and presented in partnership with Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. For the preview event Wed 12 Apr, the artist will be screening additional films as well as a recently completed work ... more
Mark Lewis: Canada. Making its world premiere at the AGO is a series of three new films by contemporary artist Mark Lewis exploring the idea of Canada. Curated by Adelina Vlas. Organized by the AGO and presented in partnership with Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
For the preview event Wed 12 Apr, the artist will be screening additional films as well as a recently completed work.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
first day
Collector's Choice. A selection of works by Bertram Brooker, Leon Bellefleur, Lise Gervais, A. Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, William Kurelek, Arthur Lismer, Jock MacDonald, Ray Mead, William Ronald and Harold Town ... more
Collector's Choice. A selection of works by Bertram Brooker, Leon Bellefleur, Lise Gervais, A. Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, William Kurelek, Arthur Lismer, Jock MacDonald, Ray Mead, William Ronald and Harold Town.
Gallery Gevik (T.O. Yorkville/Midtown)
screening & talk 6-8pm
Spiral. A film by Sorel Etrog. Barbara Edwards is pleased to present the only film made by Sorel Etrog. Composed of short shots, Spiral is an experimental film that depicts Etrog's fascination with the human form, also seen in many of his sculptures. "Spiral is based on personal observations and translated into poetic equivalents that deal with the intensity of man's basic experiences – some lived, some imagined, not necessarily in a chronological order or about a specific man. In my film, birth and death run parallel. The ambulance is a metaphor. Danger is always there. Survivors are not heroes. For man, time is an albatross; for the child, a toy." – Sorel Etrog, 1975. Screening at 7pm; talk at 7:30pm by Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof, filmmaker, scholar and Assistant Professor, School of Image Arts, Ryerson University. RSVP: neda@becontemporary.com. Space is limited ... more
Spiral. A film by Sorel Etrog.
Barbara Edwards is pleased to present the only film made by Sorel Etrog. Composed of short shots, Spiral is an experimental film that depicts Etrog's fascination with the human form, also seen in many of his sculptures.
"Spiral is based on personal observations and translated into poetic equivalents that deal with the intensity of man's basic experiences – some lived, some imagined, not necessarily in a chronological order or about a specific man. In my film, birth and death run parallel. The ambulance is a metaphor. Danger is always there. Survivors are not heroes. For man, time is an albatross; for the child, a toy." – Sorel Etrog, 1975.
Screening at 7pm; talk at 7:30pm by Izabella Pruska-Oldenhof, filmmaker, scholar and Assistant Professor, School of Image Arts, Ryerson University.
RSVP: neda@becontemporary.com. Space is limited.
Barbara Edwards Contemporary (T.O. Central)
artist talk 7:30-9:30pm
"Egg to Grave" with Susan Eckenwalder. In partnership with Etobicoke Art Group. FREE. Susan Eckenwalder will discuss various methods and motivations behind her work, as well as include odd facts and some insight into image selection ... more
"Egg to Grave" with Susan Eckenwalder. In partnership with Etobicoke Art Group. FREE. Susan Eckenwalder will discuss various methods and motivations behind her work, as well as include odd facts and some insight into image selection.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)
first day
Art Exhibition in Tribute to Sikh Heritage. Main Gallery. Beaux-Arts presents the fine art of our member Kulwant Singh, a body of artworks that illustrates Sikh history and the talents of Sikh Canadians. Cove Gallery – Broadening Horizons presents a collection of emerging Sikh artists exhibiting artworks in celebration of Sikh heritage month ... more
Art Exhibition in Tribute to Sikh Heritage. Main Gallery. Beaux-Arts presents the fine art of our member Kulwant Singh, a body of artworks that illustrates Sikh history and the talents of Sikh Canadians.
Cove Gallery – Broadening Horizons presents a collection of emerging Sikh artists exhibiting artworks in celebration of Sikh heritage month.
Beaux-Arts Galleries Brampton (T.O. Environs)
networking event 7-9pm
Artists' Café. An informal and comfortable space for local artists to meet, exchange ideas and share tips. The Café is held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month ... more
Artists' Café. An informal and comfortable space for local artists to meet, exchange ideas and share tips. The Café is held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month.
Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre (Ontario South-West)
talk 10am
CONFERENCES.
Wed 12 Apr, 10am: Jim Holyoak, Nick Kuepfer, Matt Shane. In English.
Wed 17 May, 10am: "Renewed Canadian History" with Chantal Amyot. In English ... more
CONFERENCES.
Wed 14 Sep, 10am: "Xylon and the reinvented printing" with Rolande Pelletier and Ingeborg Hiscox. Bilingual.
Wed 5 Oct, 10am: "The Valois Mural, L'empreinte de l'homme," with Ilana Pichon. In French.
Wed 9 Nov, 10am: Art Rental artists talk about their artistic practice and where they find inspiration.
Wed 8 Feb, 10am: "What's So Canadian about Canadian Art?" with Lon Dubinsky. In English.
Wed 22 Mar, 10am: "José Luis Torres and Randall Anderson's Constructions". Bilingual.
Wed 12 Apr, 10am: Jim Holyoak, Nick Kuepfer, Matt Shane. In English.
Wed 17 May, 10am: "Renewed Canadian History" with Chantal Amyot. In English.
Stewart Hall Art Gallery (Montreal & Environs)